The opposition group of Syrian Nusayris has requested help from Turkey and asked it to open doors to those who left the regime in Syria.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Tuesday met with representatives of an opposition group of Syrian Nusayris in Ankara on the sidelines of the second conference of Syrian opposition.
General Coordinator of the Executive Board of the Conference, Tevfik Dunya, told Turkish press, they were concerned about their brothers who lived in Syria and added they made several requests to Davutoglu.
Dunya noted, "The reason for our visit in Ankara is to ask Turkey to both open the doors to those who left the Syrian regime and rescue and help the Nusayris. We have asked Minister Davutoglu to have them settle in a safe area."
Dunya said that the May 11 car bomb attacks in Reyhanli were conducted by the supporters of the regime and expressed solidarity with Turkey and condemned all terrorist attacks.
The first conference of Syrian opposition by Nusayri activists was held end of March in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
AALast Mod: 15 Mayıs 2013, 14:34